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Administrative Assistant

Red Clay Consulting is currently hiring Atlanta-based Administrative Assistant (AA). The Administrative Assistant provides a broad range of administrative support to maintain the workflow; keeping the apprised of matters relevant to executive objectives and business matters. Major responsibilities include scheduling, making travel arrangements, maintaining client information, following up on proposal work, preparing expense reports, editing proposals, composing correspondence and managing special projects.

This position requires someone who has enthusiasm, discretion, strong written and verbal communication, outstanding organizational skills, good judgment, and the ability and desire to work independently with minimal direction.  The AA must be resourceful, solutions-oriented and service focused.

A typical day might include the following:

  • Monitor deadlines on projects or meetings and follow through on unresolved issues and/or pending requests
  • Anticipate needs and handle day-to-day issues
  • Take initiative to refer questions and requests to the appropriate resource and follow through to resolution
  • File all material electronically to assist in organization to ensure easy retrieval of information
  • Schedule meetings, appointments, and conference calls
  • Create meeting agendas and coordinate with other’s schedules
  • Internal and external communications
  • Create, prepare and edit day-to-day correspondence
  • Act as a company advocate and embody RCC Values
  • Manage ad hoc duties and projects
  • Provide administrative support to leadership team as needed

Requirements include the following:

Education and Experience

Bachelors degree 
Minimum of 2 years’ experience in a business office environment

Skills and Specifications

  • Advanced knowledge of MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook) and MS SharePoint
  • Willingness to work as needed, including after hours and weekends
  • Proven attention to detail and strong work ethic
  • Perseverant; able to take ownership of problems and apply creative solutions
  • Positive and outgoing personality
  • Persistent; able to make things happen and influence others
  • Organized and autonomous; able to work well under pressure and drive tasks through to completion with minimal supervision
  • Proactive and foresighted to anticipate possible issues
  • Able to multi-task and set priorities according to business needs
  • Exceptional people skills, diplomacy and customer service
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication

Preferred / Highly desired qualifications:

  • Experience with CRM systems a plus
  • Previous experience in sales and marketing a plus


RCC is an EOE.  Only qualified candidates will elicit a response. 

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